STAR partners cutting methane emissions via cost-effective management

08/28/2000
Click here to enlarge imageThe US oil and gas industry has reduced emissions from unit operations and equipment leaks by 110 bcf during the past 7 years by implementing management practices endorsed by the US Environmental Protection Agency's Natural Gas STAR program during the past 7 years.These gas savings, valued at over $220 million,1 have helped companies increase efficiency, enhance revenues, and maximize competitive advantage.More than 70 companies in the natural gas production, processing, transmission, and distribution sectors of the industry have joined the STAR program.Eleven major trade associations endorse the program.2 It is a voluntary partnership between EPA and the ...
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